Unpad delegates hope for the best at Pimnas
[Unpad.ac.id, 11/09/2013] On the first day of the National Student Science Week (Pimnas) XXVI, Tuesday (10/09), Unpad students had presented their scientific paper before the judges and other participants. Some of them will present their work on the second day, Wednesday (11/09). Those who have done their presentation said that they had given the best.
One of the groups from Unpad is presenting their work before the judges and participants of Pimnas XXVI in Universitas Mataram (Photo by: Erman)
“Most of the questions from the judges were on the term therapy in our product, but we were able to explain it. The presentation went well. We have given the best, and we are hoping for the best,” said Rakean Hafidz Suardaya, whom with Fathirohmah O.D. and Siti Aski presented in the Creative Student Entrepreneurship Program with their project names “Chasimpy, Inhaling the Fragrant Smell of Aromatherapeutic Camphor.”.
Other delegates for the same program from Unpad consisting of Entri Aprilia, Fajar Farhan Muhtasir, Lenny Komariyah Suparno, and Tiara Dwinda Pratiwi.
also presented their work named “Tomcat (Take Your Comfortable Waistcoat), Aromatherapeutic Herbal Sweat Vest for Motor Riders.”
One of the lecturers coming with the delegates, Dr. Cukup Mulyana, M.A. said that he was pleased with the students’ performance. Dr. Mulyana accompanied the team presenting “Q-Art Code, Souvenir with Secret Message: Using Quick Response Code Technology as A Business Opportunity in Indonesian Creative Industry.”
“As planned, they performed as prepared. Our team even gave a twist in their presentation with a brief drama, so it went more interesting,” said he, also expressing his wish that the team could win one of the awards. He also hoped that the project could be realized in the future.
The similar reaction was also expressed by Dr. Ir. Iman Hernawan, M.Si., coordinator of Unpad delegates seeing that all the participants have performed in procedural order by taking part in preparation, training, and presentation. However, he believed that Unpad should have more intensive early training, so the results would be optimal.